It looks like partisan differences will prevail to the end of a special Kansas House panel’s investigation of the “Nuss fuss,” which is now expected to conclude later this month with release of both a majority report and a minority report. In one corner we have Republicans, still suspicious that contact between Kansas Supreme Court Justice Lawton Nuss and two state senators influenced legislative voting on school finance. In the other corner are Democrats such as Rep. Jim Ward of Wichita, who said this week: “There has been no evidence any legislator was influenced.” If this whole process has a point, it had better show up in the dueling final reports.
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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